Earl Jaques Tries To Silence And Censor John Kowalko On Email Chain

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Earlier this evening, Delaware State Rep. John Kowalko sent an email to over a hundred people about his thoughts on the latest round of NAEP scores, which are showing a downward trend.  Several folks responded, including State Rep. Earl Jaques.  What Jaques did is symptomatic of what is wrong in Delaware politics.  Follow the email chain, and let me know if you agree or disagree with Jaques.


From: Kowalko, John (LegHall)
Sent: Wednesday, October 28, 2015 6:06 PM
To: Bennett, Andria (LegHall); acherry@wdel.com; aloudell@dbcmedia.com; al@wdel.com; Bohm, Adriana L (K12); albydm@aol.com; “alan@greendel.org”; Alyssa Van Stan; amywroe@gmail.com; Volturo, Andrew (LegHall); Bradley, Juanita V (K12); Short, Bryon (LegHall); Baumbach, Paul (LegHall); Townsend, Bryan (LegHall); Hall-Long, Bethany (LegHall); Mike Begatto; Bentz, David (LegHall); Torbert, Betty (K12); “Graves, Bianca”; Bolden, StephanieT (LegHall); Bush, William (LegHall); Potter, Jr, Charles (LegHall); cciferni1972@gmail.com; Thompson, Cathy (K12); Carson, William (LegHall); Collins, Richard G (LegHall); Yvonne; downwithabsolutes@gmail.com; Rufo, Donato (K12)…

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5 responses to “Earl Jaques Tries To Silence And Censor John Kowalko On Email Chain

  1. lastDEconservative

    It’s bad enough that the brilliant legislators who take the time and trouble to display their rumps to the world mangle the our native tongue, supposed elite degrees notwithstanding.

    Further, grant you, a teaching degree does not a scholar nor writer make, but the egregious examples provided by two who stand in front of our most valuable and most vulnerable every day, “educating” them, of the incompetence many of us suspect is representative of the whole lot, is breathtaking. Mike Matthews and Rufo Donato, thank you for the confirmation. Keep up the “good” work.

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  2. lastDEconservative

    And publishing all those email addresses ain’t half bad either, Kwacko, Frere, and Trans.

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  3. Those who can, teach. Those who can’t, have a grudge against a teacher going back to the 7th grade. Get over it.

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    • lastDEconservative

      Okay, so now we’ve added a display of an inability to present a logical argument. Thanks, John, for the confirmation. Keep up the good work.

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    • lastDEconservative

      Oh, and just for fun, to follow your “logic,” one may say that “a teacher going back to 7th grade” is EXACTLY what is needed in the two cases cited. Or all three. Maybe common core English classes will improve their skills.

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